Remote Exposure – a book review

Remote Exposure – a book review

Some of the most dramatic landscape photos are those takenin the mountains. Since the majority of the population has never hiked orclimbed to an actual mountaintop, those views are often the most compelling. Ifyou are actually planning such a climb, you want to bring...

Book Review – Why Photographs Work

52 Great Images: Who made them, what makes them special and WHY.  That’s the subtitle for Why Photographs Work and it really sums up the book. If you’ve ever wanted to increase your appreciation of good photography, this book is an excellent place to start. The...

MIGRATION

One of the great features of books is the ability to take us mentally to places we’ve never visited. Add pictures, and we can see for ourselves what others experience in their unique neighborhoods. Add music, and now our senses begin to actually internalize the...

The MILEPOST

Before my trip to Alaska, I looked for one and only one book that I would pack to take along. In no time at all, I realized this was the one I needed. They’ve been publishing this annual guide since 1949, and each year it just gets a little better. It covers the 30...